Thank you for standing with us, and with our youth, from wherever you are.

Though we were saddened to cancel this year’s Pros&Conversation event, our annual celebration of youth voice, we’ve been humbled by the outpouring of support.

You helped us raise over $84,000.

To our network of supporters: your contributions, kindness, and encouragement have enabled us to be there for our students and teachers when they need it most. Thanks to your support, our programming has evolved creatively to meet our partners’ new needs. We’ve maintained strong relationships with our youth and teachers to keep students learning now. And we’re poised to return to classrooms, ready to take on new challenges, when schools reopen.

We’ve also doubled down on our commitment to amplify youth voices by publishing student perspectives on life during COVID-19. By reading and sharing our students’ stories, you’ve honored their voices with us–not by gathering in person at Pros&Conversation, but by allowing the power of their writing to bridge gaps and collapse distance.

five students holding a newspaper from WriteBoston's TiP program

Special Thanks to Our Sponsors

Special Thanks to Our Campaign Committee

Corey Allen, Trade Partner Diversity & Community Outreach Officer, Suffolk Construction and Board Member, New England High School Journalism Collaborative

Rachel Bloom-Baglin, Head of Executive and External Communications, MilliporeSigma

Maureen Franco, Partner & President, LifeSci Communications

Andrea Goodman, Vice President, Public Relations & Communications, Eastern Bank

Elijah Heckstall, Managing Director of Teacher Leadership, Teach for America Massachusetts

Brian Heffron, EVP & Partner, CTP

Dot Joyce, Principal, Dot Joyce Consulting

Lisa Lawler, Corporate Communications, Sanofi Genzyme

Celeste Lee, Philanthropy Consultant and Adjunct Professor, Brandeis University

Cynthia Mohr

Colette Phillips, President & CEO, Colette Phillips Communications

Bob Turner, Former WriteBoston board member and Senior Advisor, UMass Boston McCormack Graduate School